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rokybixmivborvelvi'u
lujvo x1 is the petrified/fossilized remains/remnant/trace of (once-)biological entity/organism x2 with rock composition x3 and location x4 The remains must have become stone/rock (so, are not "fresh"). The remains need not be a body (part) but must have originated from a biological entity (trace: tracks/footprints, feathers/hair, scat, etc.). See also: mivyvelvicyvauro'i
ro'irbi'o
lujvo x1=b1 becomes rock/is petrified/is fossilized/is transformed into a statue x2=r1=b2 (result) of composition x3=r2 at/from location x4=r3 under condition x5=b3 The process by which this happens is not specified and can be bio-geological (as with petrified trees) or magical (as with Medusa). x1 may not be biological. See also: rokybixmivborvelvi'u, rokybixygau
mivyvelvicyvauro'i
lujvo x1=r1=vau1 is a rock cobtaining trace/remnant/fossil x2=vic4=vau2 of biological entity/organism x2=j1=vic3, with rock composition x4=r2 and from location x5=r3; x2 is the fossilized trace of organism x3 preserved in rock x1 Fossil x2 need not be a body (part), just a trace of an organism (scat, trail/footprint, etc.). Containment need not be total. The fossil container is necessarily a fossil rock (see mivyvelvicyvau for generalization to any container). The remnant can be "fresh", so long as it is found in rock. See also: rokybixmivborvelvi'u for not "fresh"/petrified/fossilized remains.